4 February 2023


Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society, a social organization engaged in public welfare, provided financial help to 27 needy cancer patients on World Cancer Day. On behalf of the organisation, each cancer patient was given an amount of Rs. 10,000. Recipients of the aid  included children, youth and adults. A total of Rs. 2,70,000 in financial assistance was given. Some needy patients were also given items such as sewing machines to help them earn a livelihood.

Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society was established in the memory of Late Neelu Tulli, who herself suffered from cancer. The financial aid was distributed by Siddhant Tulli and Manya Tulli, grandchildren of late Neelu Tulli. On this occasion, Neelu Tulli’s husband and Administrator of the Society, Ex-Air Force Officer Ajay Tulli, and President of the Society Renu Saigal, a cancer survivor, were present along with the members of the Society.

President of Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society, Renu Saigal said that the society has been doing this work of public welfare for the past many years and will continue to make such efforts for needy cancer patients in the future also.

It is pertinent to mention here that children belonging to cancer inflicted families are provided free education under the Vidya Jyoti Project run by Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society.

The society’s administrator, Ajay Tulli said, “We  help patients who need money for treatment. All these beneficiaries are from economically weaker sections. One of the objectives of today’s  event was to inspire people from different sections of society to help such cancer patients.”


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